Tiger Woods won a tour-high five tournaments this year. (Photo by Getty Images) Although he did not win a major championship in 2013, the fifth year in a row he has failed to do so, Tiger Woods can take solace in having a year that most golfers would dream of.
He won a tour-leading five tournaments, led the Tour money list and came into last weekend with a great shot to win the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Those hopes quickly went out the window after he shot 73 and 71, before firing 69-67 on the weekend to finish tied for 22nd.
Still, Woods says he is happy with the way his season ended up.
"I’m really satisfied,” he said, via the The Telegraph. “I wish I would have been a little more consistent in some of the events. You know, I wish I could play a little bit more consistent and have a chance each and every time I tee it up. That’s the intent, but it doesn’t always work out that way. But overall, I think it’s been a really good year.”
One thing Woods is more comfortable with is allowing his two children to be seen at events with him. His son Charlie, 4, and daughter Sam, 6, greeted him when he came off the 18th green on Sunday.
"That’s what life’s all about,” Woods said. “There are more important things in life than hitting a little round ball and putting it in a gopher hole, you know.”